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Will I lose my job if I report a workplace injury?

If you have suffered an injury on the job, you may be wondering if you should file a workers' compensation claim. Especially if you feel your injury is relatively minor, you might be thinking about not pursuing a claim for a variety of reasons, including the fear that it could affect your employment.

Can my employer deny my workers' compensation in Modesto?

If you suffer an injury on the job in the Modesto area, you may be wondering if you can safely pursue a workers' compensation claim without putting your job at risk. The fear of losing your job or of retribution from your employer for claiming benefits for your injury is a common fear.

What are bursitis and tendinitis?

It is easy to dismiss joint pain as the normal aches and twinges of getting old. However, you are still too young to be feeling like this, which may lead to worries that you are suffering from an injury. If you have been doing the same type of job for months or years, this might be the source of your pain. You could be among the countless other Californians who are suffering from work-related repetitive movement disorders.

How to protect your hearing at work

There are numerous dangers workers contend with at their jobs. Trips, lacerations and muscle strains are some of the most common, and employers are more likely to have protections in place against these injuries. However, far too many workplaces do not adequately protect workers against premature hearing loss from loud noises. 

Dangers faced by meat and poultry processors

If you are among the many who work in meat or poultry processing or production in America, you face unique hazards that place you at risk of injury, illness and, possibly, death. The severity of your risk of medical hardship is difficult to determine because many such injuries and illnesses are underreported.

Can I lose my job if I file for workers' comp?

If you sustained an injury at your job, in most cases, filing for workers' compensation provides your only recourse. In California, employers must carry workers' compensation insurance. When an employee gets hurt, workers' compensation benefits can cover medical treatment, lost wages and disability. On the other hand, you would not be able to file a personal injury lawsuit.

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